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"nbc 10 news" starts now. >> right now on "nbc 10 news today," dozens of philadelphia police officers are in new york city to honor a brother in blue killed in last month's ambush in brooklyn. after weeks of searching for their loved ones there are answers this morning for the family of shane montgomery. tomorrow may provide them with even more closure. we'll explain. you may not need the heavy coat today. a mild sunday is in store for us, as we take a live look down the shore in cape may, where it is definitely foggy outside. don't worry, though. in terms of the temperatures warming up it will feel like winter later this week. good morning. this is "nbc 10 news today." i'm rosemary conners. it's 9:00 on this sunday.
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there's a lot of fog across our region. we saw it down in cape may. philadelphia international airport tells us they're dealing with the fog and they are averaging delays of over an hour right now, so keep that in mind. if you are headed out to the airport or picking somebody up. let's check in now with meteorologist michelle grossman to find out when that fog is beginning to be clearing. it's been with us all morning long. >> it sure has. we drove in with it this morning and we're going to see it over the next couple of hours. we're seeing fog we're also seeing some rain. we are seeing some fog this morning all across the area from the south to north. we are looking at center city. visibilities are reduced down to a half mile in wilmington. down to a mile and a quarter in millville. even to the north and west we're seeing a half mile visibility in lancaster. so take it slower out there. we had the fog in place. we also have the wet roadways. very mild air in place as well. 44 in mount pocono. 38 degrees in lancaster. look at the coast. we are looking at temperatures
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in the 50s. 50 in atlantic city. 52 already in wildwood. these are well past what's normal for the highs on the day. we're seeing rain still moving through. it will take another couple hours before it makes its way through. spotty showers before a cold front comes through later on this evening. by 11:00, 54. by 1:00 57. by 3:00 p.m. a mild 60 degrees. mild today. but very cold during workweek. i'll have those numbers straight ahead. new from overnight, philadelphia police are looking into a shooting death that led to a three-car accident. nbc 10 was on the scene of the crash in north philadelphia. a man in his 30s was shot in the chest while driving his minivan. the vehicle crashed into two parked cars. we've been checking but police have not released any further information. in camden county a man crashed his car into a creek this morning, but he's doing okay. police say when they arrived on the scene at route 38 and mill
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road in cherry hill the driver had already gotten out of the water and was sitting on top of the car. this happened just before 7:00 this morning. police are now looking into what may have led up to this accident. also this morning in camden county, police are investigating an incident involving an exploding mailbox. nbc 10 was on secoya road in cherry hill where neighbors called police to report loud noises in the area around midnight. officers tell us one cast iron mailbox exploded. nobody was hurt. so far, police have not made any arrests in this case. it has been a tough week for the new york city police department. they're now getting ready to say a final farewell to the second officer who was killed in the line of duty during an ambush in brooklyn. this is a live picture outside of the funeral home where the memorial service will be held for officer wenjian liu. a gunman killed officers liu and his partner rafael ramos last month while they were sitting in their patrol car. dozens of officers from the
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philadelphia police department are in new york right now to show their support. nbc 10's matt delucia is live in northeast philadelphia where the officers boarded buses not too long ago. matt? >> reporter: about 80 members of the department left here a little after 6:00 this morning and some of them are making their second trip in just over a week. >> we want to show our respects. >> reporter: boarding buses bound for new york philadelphia officer christopher muldrich said his presence at officer wenjian liu's memorial today is more than a choice it's a personal obligation. >> there's a lot of sorrow but there's also a lot of pride in the police community, so we like to go up and support our brothers and sisters. >> reporter: the display this morning reads pray for nypd officer liu as he is laid to rest sunday. last week, more than 100 officers from philadelphia and neighboring departments attended the funeral for officer rafael ramos. >> it was very surreal. it was very strong. very moving.
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>> reporter: philly sergeant jason somerville was one of about 25,000 from around the country in attendance last saturday and he's back again, off duty, no pay to respect and reflect. >> every single officer in attendance for officer ramos's funeral, in the back of their minds, i'm sure they were thinking this can be them. every time we get dressed, we put on this uniform and our shield to go out there and serve our community, within one day, you may be able to save a life deliver a life or even give our own life within eight hours. >> reporter: and that memorial for officer liu is scheduled to begin less than an hour from now. the officers from our area say they will be lining up along the procession route and return back here later this afternoon. i'm matt delucia nbc 10 news. tomorrow in pike county pennsylvania, the man accused of killing a state trooper and injuring another during an ambush is scheduled for a preliminary hearing. eric frein is charged in the deadly shooting at the state
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police barracks in blooming grove in september. police say frein was on the run for about seven weeks before investigators captured him. today we have done what we have promised. we have found and we have brought shane home. >> that was karen montgomery, mother of shane montgomery the 21-year-old westchester university student who went missing over thanksgiving. the family says dive crews recovered shane's body from the schuylkill river yesterday. tomorrow, the medical examiner is expected to officially identify the remains. crews found the body at the bottom of the schuylkill river. shane disappeared in the early morning hours of thanksgiving day after a night out with friends at nearby kildare's pub. the family tells us the discovery means shane has come home after this long search. >> in this community i don't
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know that we can say thank you. i don't know if we can ever repay what this community did for our family. they were there every step of the way. >> police say they do not suspect foul play in shane's disappearance. the family has not released information yet about funeral arrangements. we will keep you posted. you can read more about the shane montgomery case, the statement from the family and the timeline of the search right now on our website, nbc10.com. this morning, philadelphia police are looking for the gunman wanted for murdering a limo driver who had only been on the job for a week. the owner of the car service tells us a passenger taken to delancey street in west philadelphia shot his driver last night. the owner of the limo company also says the gunman stole a cell phone and about $100 in cash. police say they're interviewing the victim's girlfriend. she was inside the car and witnessed the shooting, but was not hurt. this is the third murder in
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philadelphia so far in 2015. pennsylvania state police have captured one of two escaped ip inmates who broke out of a burkes county prison. timothy hostetter is back in prison. raymond martinez is still on the run. according to investigators, the men set off a fire alarm at the correction center on friday. they managed to escape and got away in a silver minivan. we have some new information butt a shooting in camden. nbc 10 has learned the name of the gunman who shot the woman and her father and then killed himself. police tell us marquez johnson slashed the tires of his ex-girlfriend's car in pennsauken early yesterday. she called her father to pick her up. after they drove off, investigators say johnson followed their car and opened fire hitting both of them. an officer then tried to pull johnson over after he sped through a red light, but johnson drove to the parking lot of cooper university hospital where he shot and killed himself.
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while the woman is critical her father is in stable condition. still ahead, crews are making more progress in their search for victims and debris from the crash of the airasia jet. we'll have an update on the recovery effort. >> deserves a lot of credit. and we are learning more about a 7-year-old sole survivor of this small plane crash and the obstacles she had to overcome to save her own life. life's running out of shaving stuff. and thankfully being able to find backups.
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life's running out of shaving stuff. and thankfully being able to find backups. this is "nbc 10 news." >> at 9:11 this morning, here is a live look at i-95 where you can see traffic is moving just fine. there are some slick conditions out there.
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however, we aren't seeing that steady and sometimes heavy rain that we had yesterday. the fog is an issue, though. nearby here at philadelphia international, they're seeing delays of over an hour so keep that in mind if you are headed out today. new this morning north korea is slamming the new sanctions imposed by the u.s. in a state-run news report a north korean official accused america of stirring up hostilities for no reason. on friday, the white house announced new restrictions on a number of north korean officials and organizations. north korea is denying it was behind the cyber attack against sony entertainment and the terror threats against movie theaters set to show the comedy film "the interview." the movie is about the fictional assassination of north korean leader kim jong-un. this morning at the vatican, pope francis named 15 new cardinals, selecting them from 14 different countries. the vatican says the move reflects the diversity of the church and its growth in asia
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and africa. also, in an address to a crowd at st. peter's square, the pontiff made a surprise announcement, that he'll lead a meeting of all cardinals in mid february to talk about church reforms. we have new information in the search for the missing airasia flight. crews have recovered three more bodies. they also found a fifth piece of debris they say is from the wreckage. searchers have zeroed in on what they think is the fuselage of the plane. so far, 34 bodies have been recovered. that leaves 128 passengers and crew still missing. the flight disappeared one week ago on december 28th. the plane was leaving from surabaya, indonesia but did not make it across the java sea. meanwhile, in indonesia this morning, americans in surabaya are on alert. that's because the u.s. embassy has issued a warning about a potential threat against banks and hotels there associated with the u.s. officials say there is no
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connection linking the missing airasia plane and the threat. today, back here in the u.s., we could learn more about the plane crash in kentucky that killed everybody onboard except a young girl. the ntsb is expected to arrive at the crash site later on this morning. 7-year-old sailor gutzer walked nearly a mile through the woods in dark and cold conditions with no shoes to find help at the first house she reached. relatives say sailor used the plane's burning wing to light a branch so she could find her way through woods. >> the little girl 7, 8 years old, standing there bleeding legs and all scratched up, arms scratched up, and she said her mom and dad were dead, and that she had been in a plane crash. >> here's what investigators know at this point. the pilot reported engine trouble, and then air traffic controllers lost contact. about 40 minutes after that, sailor made it to larry wilkins'
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home. her parents, sister, and cousin all died in the crash. the time right now is just about 9:15. next we'll introduce you to a wednesday's child with quite an artistic child and we're talking about the weather today, temperatures are on a roller coaster ride. michelle grossman has the details on how long they'll stay up and when they'll come down. >> we're going to be warm today feeling like spring. and winter tomorrow. it's going to feel like 22 degrees. maybe in the teens as we head throughout the workweek. but right now, we are dealing with rain on radar. we're also dealing with fog out there. we'll discuss all of this and talk about that cold blast coming in just a few minutes.
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this week's wednesday's child is a young woman who would be a bright light in any family. she loves art and is looking for a forever family to help make all of her dreams come true. nbc 10's vai sikahema introduces us to jackie. >> reporter: jackie is a sweet and friendly 16-year-old. she has a bright personality that she likes to share with others. she likes to do arts and crafts. so we took her to the studios in philly to make some art. >> jackie is a remarkable person. she brings a splielmile to every room. she's always laughing. she also has a caring and sweet side to her. >> reporter: jackie has been diagnosed with autism and does well in her special needs classroom. she is an outgoing teen who likes talking to people she meets. >> jackie loves to be around other people so she loves that one-on-one attention. >> reporter: the ideal family for jackie would need to provide love and support.
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>> the ideal family would provide one-on-one care. they would also make sure that she gets all theher needs met. she loves to talk about her day at school or other children that she interacted with at school. >> reporter: jackie is currently in foster care and is very helpful around the house. >> jackie loves to clean. she loves to vacuum. she is actually doing a sewing class at school. so she's very excited about that. >> reporter: she is ready for her forever home. jackie is this week's "wednesday's child." >> you can make the dream of a forever family come true for jackie or any wednesday's child sponsored by the dave thomas foundation. just go to our website, nbc10.com, and search wednesday's child, or you can call the national adoption center at 1-866-do-adopt.
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now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> and a good sunday morning. we are walking out the door to some rain this morning. also some fog. very mild conditions compared to this time yesterday. we're going to be mild this afternoon, feeling a lot like spring before we see those temperatures crash during the workweek. fog this morning. we're seeing reduced visibilities all across the area and more showers. we're seeing the rain falling right now. additional showers on and off throughout the day. not a washout like yesterday, but still bring the umbrella. we'll be mild and then we'll be really cold by the end of the workweek with high temperatures in the 20s. visibility right now down to a mile in atlantic city. down to a mile and a half in dover. reduced visibilities in the north as well. lancaster, down to a mile in allentown. outdoors it tells the whole story. we are socked in with some fog. we'll be like this for at least a few more hours. 44 right now in philadelphia
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with that rain falling. winds out of the south-southwest at 7 miles per hour and it is eight degrees warmer than this time yesterday. temperatures across the region well above freezing, which is good news because we're seeing wed roadways. seeing some rain falling as well. 37 in allentown. 39 in lancaster. 44 in philadelphia. and in the 50s to the south and east. 54 in wildwood. future temperatures will climb to near 62 in philadelphia later on this afternoon. about 21 degrees above what is typical this time of year. 55 in mount pocono. so every spot warm. then we'll drop it overnight into the 30s. waking up tomorrow morning right around the freezing mark. mild today, but that is short-lived because we have cold weather coming in on monday. and then arctic air by wednesday, and thursday. and still that cold air stays with us friday, saturday sunday. so we'll see temperatures in the 30s. also in the 20s as daytime highs during your workweek you might want to plan on that. we are looking at some wet weather moving through. some light stuff right now.
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that will be the trend the next several hours. just spotty stuff. future cast tracking some spotty showers. and then finally by this evening, we are going to track a cold front that comes through. may spark a thunderstorm or two, especially along the coast in new jersey. parts of delaware. but notice this clearing line behind the cold front. finally clearing it out tonight. that will be the story. so we'll wake up to sunshine tomorrow. by tomorrow 36 degrees. colder. lots of sunshine. breezy, chance for some snow. thursday, it's going to feel more like the teens. still cold but sunny on saturday. a high of 32. >> it has been nearly two years since the boston marathon
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bombing and finally the city is bracing for the start of the accused bomber's trial. and later on a high-profile tv personality who pleaded guilty to fraud charges gets ready to trade her wardrobe for an orange jump suit.
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the south jersey man accused of going on a shooting rampage at los angeles international airport is due in court tomorrow.
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on friday federal prosecutors announced that they are planning to seek the death penalty against paul ciancia, who is a salem county native. prosecutors claim the killing was premeditated. ciancia is accused of murdering a tsa officer and wounding three other people at l.a.x. he has pleaded not guilty to murder and related charges. a judge wants the case to be tried this year but that death penalty decision could delay it. jury selection is set to begin tomorrow in the boston marathon bombing trial. dzhokhar tsarnaev has pleaded not guilty to setting off two bombs at the finish line of the 2013 marathon. the explosions left three people dead and more than 260 injured. tsarnaev is also charged with killing an m.i.t. police officer in the days following the attack. on friday a federal judge denied a defense request to delay the trial so that the defense attorneys could have more time to prepare. if convicted, tsarnaev could face the death penalty. the time right now is 9:26.
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when we come back officers from all over the country are in new york to lay to rest an officer killed in the line of duty. matt delucia was there as a contingent from philadelphia left for the funeral service. matt? >> reporter: some of our local officers are on their way to new york right now. i'm already starting to see tweets with photographs of local departments as they arrive in new york. i'll have more on that coming up but it is a wet journey up to new york. >> we're going to see rain all throughout the area and we'll see on and off showers today. it is a mild day. we're also seeing some fog. that's not a great ride for them either. we are looking at the pocono mountains. this picture tells the whole story. fog everywhere you go. we'll talk more about that. very mild air. we'll talk about that, too. a big cooldown. that's all coming up.
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life's running out of shaving stuff. and thankfully being able to find backups.
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life's running out of shaving stuff. and thankfully being able to find backups. "nbc 10 news" starts now. >> today, officers from philadelphia are joining thousands from all over the country to pay their respects to a fallen comrade in new york. services for officer wenjian liu will begin in just about an hour. it's a delivery that nobody wanted. this morning, police are investigating a mailbox
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explosion in the suburbs. we'll have the details. let's head outside for a live look at the philadelphia skyline, if you can see it. we're still dealing with some fog and scattered showers. the tradeoff is that we will be mild and it will feel more like spring than winter. good morning. i'm rosemary conners. it's 9:30 on this sunday just after 9:30. the fog isn't just affecting drivers this morning. we've been checking with philadelphia international airport and they are averaging delays of over an hour right now, so keep that in mind. michelle grossman has been tracking the foggy conditions and it sounds like this is going to stay with us for at least a few more hours. >> that's right. we drove in with it at 2:00 in the morning and still seeing it now. seeing some rain and we'll contend with rain over the next several hours as well. very spotty though. it's not going to be a washout like it was yesterday. we are looking at the pocono mountains. fog pretty much everywhere. we're seeing reduced visibilities down to a mile and a quarter in millville. down to half a mile in philadelphia. you look to the north, we're
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looking at two and a half-mile visibility in allentown. three in lancaster. most spots seeing reduced visibilities. temperatures are mild, so that warm air is contributing to the fog. 44 right now in philadelphia. 39 in lancaster. 54 in wildwood. those temperatures are going to climb. there's the rain that we're dealing with. very spotty at this point. and also light. that will be the trend over the next several hours. at least into the early part of the evening. by 11:00, 54. 1:00 57. by 3:00, 60 degrees. we'll top out around 62. a mild day, but those temperatures come crashing down in a big way for this workweek. we'll talk butt that coming up. new from overnight, philadelphia police are looking into a shooting death that led the a three-car accident. nbc 10 was on the scene of the crash along deli street in north philadelphia. police say a man in his 30s was shot in the chest while driving his minivan. it crashed into two parked cars. as soon as we get more
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information from police on this story, we will pass it along. right now, one person is in the hospital after this crash in east falls. the car slammed into a utility pole and flipped over. this is around 2:45 this morning. there's no word on the injured person's condition. the pole was leaning over. the cause of this accident is under investigation, but the wet roads and fog outside could have been factors in the accident. this morning, police in camden county are trying to figure out who put explosives inside somebody's mailbox. nbc 10 was on secoya road in cherry hill where neighbors called police to report loud noises around midnight. officers tell us that one cast iron mailbox exploded. nobody was hurt. right now law enforcement from all over the country are in new york to pay their respects to an officer shot and killed along with his partner in last
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month's ambush in brooklyn. this is a live picture outside the funeral home where the memorial service for officer wenjian liu will begin just a short time from now in the next 30 minutes to an hour. you can see that there are many people outside. officers are making their way inside the funeral home. a gunman killed officer lui and his partner rafael ramos last month while they were sitting in their patrol car. matt delucia is live where the local officers boarded buses to make the trip to new york. they tell you that being in new york today is a matter of respect. >> reporter: it's a difficult trip for sure considering some of these officers were at another funeral last saturday. about 80 officers from the philadelphia police department got on two buses and went to new york city once again for officer wenjian liu's memorial service. some of tease guys went to the funeral last week for officer rafael ramos. there were so many police in attendance then that officers from our area were there to line
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up along the procession route from the church to the cemetery. the police had turned their backs on the mayor. i talked with the officers here about that. they said they did not follow along with that and they tell me it's an unfortunate situation, but they don't feel that discord here in philadelphia. or our mayor michael nutter our police commissioner as well as our police department we work well in unison. the only thing we can do is hope and pray and wish the best for nypd as well as mayor de blasio. >> reporter: as we look here at gloucester township police tweeted out this photo a few minutes ago of various departments arriving in new york for officer wenjian liu's funeral, and that memorial service is scheduled to begin a little less than a half-hour from now. i'm matt delucia nbc 10 news. this morning, philadelphia police are looking for the
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gunman wanted for murdering a limo driver. the owner of the car service tells us that a passenger taken to delancey street in west philadelphia shot his driver last night. the owner of the limo company also says the gunman stole a cell phone and about $100 in cash. this is the third murder in philadelphia so far in 2015. neighbors near the scene tell us they're disturbed by this kind of violence so early in the new year. >> we've had some issues on this 5400 block of de lance write for some years, but we were able to clean it up and it has gotten much better, much better.lancey for some years, but we were able to clean it up, and it has gotten much better, much better. kind of sad to see it occur on this block since it has turned around so greatly in the past. >> police say they are interviewing the victim's girlfriend right now. she was inside the car and witnessed the shooting but was not hurt.
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tomorrow the medical examiner is expected to officially identify the body of shane montgomery. the montgomery family says that divers recovered shane's body yesterday afternoon. crews found the remains at the bottom of the skewchuylkill river in manayunk. he disappeared after a night out with friends at nearby kildare's pub. the family tells us that this discovery means that shane has come home after the long search. >> it was that moment that you hope that it's not shane and it was something else but at the same time, he's in god's hands. >> police say they do not suspect foul play. the family has not released funeral arrangements. tomorrow in northeastern pennsylvania, the man accused of killing a state trooper and injuring another during an ambush is scheduled for a preliminary hearing. eric frein is scheduled to appear in pike county court. he's charged in the deadly shooting at the state police
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barracks in blooming grove in september. police say frein was then on the run for about seven weeks until investigators captured him. trial is scheduled to begin tomorrow morning in philadelphia for a former iron worker's boss accused of racketeering. 73-year-old joseph dockerty is the last defendant in a group of 12 members of iron workers local 401. they've been charged by federal prosecutors. prosecutors say the members used violence and even arson, like a fire at the site of a quaker meeting house, to intimidate builders into using their union's labor on construction projects. the other 11 members in this group have all pleaded guilty. a u.s. medical worker exposed to ebola in west africa is headed to omaha, nebraska, for observation. the nebraska medicine center says the unidentified patient is not ill and not contagious but the health worker was exposed to the deadly virus while working in sierra leone, so this is a precaution. the center has treated three patients so far with ebola.
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there have been many stories of survival in the ebola outbreak the spread of the deadly disease is not under control. that's why one doctor from philadelphia is heading back to west africa this week. nbc 10 was there when dr. trish henwood with the hospital of the university of pennsylvania left for liberia in october. she has since returned but will go back again to treat ebola patients. dr. henwood tells me her work this time around will be focused on a rapid response team that will seek out the victims who can't get to the medical facilities. >> the idea that the outbreak in certain areas is improving, but then there are these remote places in different villages that are more isolated. very difficult to get to them. you know maybe several hours. walk or hike through the jungle. >> dr. henwood will be in liberia through early february. she is spending time with her family, who now lives in chester county. still ahead, the clock is
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ticking for a popular star of the tv show "the real housewives" of new jersey. she's about to report to prison on fraud charges. plus, why peta is peeved with sarah palin. how the former vice presidential candidate is responding to the criticism.
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at 9:42, happening now, drivers are paying more to be on the road. a 5% toll hike went into effect at midnight. the new rates apply to easy pass and cash customers. the most common toll for a passenger vehicle will increase from $1.04 to $1.09, that's for easy pay customers. this by the way, is the seventh time in seven years there has been a toll increase in pennsylvania. tomorrow, real housewives of new jersey star teresa guidice will begin serving her prison
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sentence. last spring guidice pleaded guilty to hideing assets from bankruptcy creditors. her sentence is 15 months. she'll serve her time at a federal prison in connecticut. guidice's husband joe is also facing jail time for related charges. his sentence will not start until teresa is out. schilchill. that's part of sarah palin's response to peta. take a look at the photo. it shows palin's 6-year-old son trig stepping on the family dog to reach the kitchen sink. trig has down syndrome. the picture was accompanied with a caption that said may 2015 see every stumbling block turned into a steppingstone on the path forward. the dog's name by the way, is jill. peta said palin had no apparent sympathy for the dog and called
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her hardhearted and bizarrely callous. she wrote, dear peta chill, at least trig didn't eat the dog. she added that jill is a precious part of our world, so is trig. the first day of nfl playoffs and we've got the highlights. plus, it was a rough end to the flyers' road trip and a big night for the devils' jaromir jagr. we'll have the details coming up in sports. we're looking at fog this morning. also some rain following across the area. here's a live look outside. we're looking at the pocono mountains. going to be a mild one. 60s in the city. we'll have your full forecast straight ahead.
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january 17th. call the verizon center for customers with disabilities at 800.974.6006 tty/v today residents in mississippi will be checking out what's left of their property after two confirmed tornados. they tossed mobile homes into a wooded part of the state. this by the way, is in jasper
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county. thankfully, no injuries have been reported yet. officials say because of heavy rain their concern now is flash flooding. in pennsylvania yesterday sleet and rain made for slick driving conditions even for this salt truck. take a look at this video. this is near pittsburgh. a salt truck slammed into a house in shaler township. the family who lives here was upstairs when the truck barrelled into their living room. the driver was rescued, and as you can see, they were able to get salt out on the road there. nobody else was hurt. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> yesterday we had the sleet, the snow the freezing rain. even some rain mixing in today. this morning we are walking out the door to some rain in spots. probably the biggest weather headline at the moment we're seeing fog all across the area that's reducing visibilities. we're also seeing rain falling, 44 degrees. it's slight at this point. going to become very spotty over the next hour or so. right now we're looking at some
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cloudy skies across the area. clouds will stay with us throughout the day. 41 in reading. 52 in atlantic city. we are mild everywhere. big difference from this time yesterday. 45 in ben salem. it is 48 degrees in mount holly. by the way these are higher than our normal high temperature for the day. to the south and east, we're looking at the 50s. 52 in atlantic city. 49 in stone har bomplbor. reduced visibilities all across the area. down to three miles in reading. two and a half miles in allentown. so we are seeing some delays at the airport as mentioned before about an hour in philadelphia. we're looking at a delay really along the east coast. newark also seeing a two-hour delay. every other airport across the country looks to be pretty good. i know it's a big travel day. back to reality after the holidays. damp and mild. you can see rain showing up on radar. it's going to become very spotty over the next several hours. so plan on bringing your
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umbrella today. it will be spotty and everyone has a chance of seeing it. by 5:00, this is what we're looking at. we're looking at clouds. spotty showers. right around dinnertime. then a cold front comes through. that's beginning to bring us big-time changes. by 9:00 even some rain in parts of southern new jersey. we could see a thunderstorm too as well. but back behind this cold front, you start to see it clearing and that's an indication of what's to come tonight, into tomorrow and also some very cold air back behind this cold front. so for today, showers likely. a thunderstorm is possible. much warmer. temperatures into the low 60s. 61 to 63. typically, we come in right around 41 for this time of year. enjoy the mild air today, because it is only lasting for the next eight hours or so before that cold air comes in. tonight we're going to drop into the 30s. 34 in philadelphia. 30 north and west. below freezing north and west. gradual clearing. we'll wake up to sunny skies. it will be breezy tonight, and then breezy tomorrow as well. winds out of the west at 11 to 16 miles per hour. we'll see the winds kicking up
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over 30 miles per hour on monday. 62 today. monday, there's the sunshine. it returns 36 with windy conditions. tuesday, that's the day to watch. we'll bring back the clouds bring back the chance for snow. very cold on wednesday. just 29 with the wind in place. going to feel like the mid 20s. 22 on thursday feeling more like the teens. then by friday breezy partly sunny, 32. mostly sunny on saturday. a high of 32. let's talk sports now. the latest sixers slide has hit five games after the team got clubbed by the clippers last night. let's take a look. philadelphia stuck around through halftime. then l.a. just pulled away to complete the rout. tony wroten led the sixers with 27 points but it was not enough. clippers win 127-91. the sixers dropped every game on their west coast trip. they are back at home tomorrow. hopefully they'll have better luck when they host the cleveland cavaliers. now here's the rest of your sunday sports. >> hey, i'm john clark.
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at the end of november, the eagles were 9-3. the carolina panthers had just three wins, and yet they're moving on to the second round of the playoffs. cam newton a 39-yard touchdown pass to whittaker. the cardinals, just 78 yards, fewest ever in a playoff game. panthers win 27-16. cam newton gets his first playoff win. first one for the panthers in ten years. the ravens all they do is win road playoff games. audubon, new jersey's joe flacco. a record seven playoff road wins now. connecting with gilmore for the touchdown. ravens beat the steelers in pittsburgh 30-17. they're going on to new england next week. chip kelly has all the football power with the eagles now and he's searching for a new director of player personnel. pro football talk reports ed manowitz will interview for the job. he's the current assistant director. chip is beginning to be in charge of picking the players that he coaches. only a few coaches have this power. like bill belichick and pete
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carroll, they both won a super bowl. ruben frank thinks kelly can do it. >> you don't do what he's done and win the games that he's won without really having a very good understanding of personnel. you know, he lost six games at oregon. three the last three years. he's gone 20-12 here. he knows players and he knows personnel. it's like ray rhodes said once, you don't want to go to war with somebody else's soldiers and i think that's how chip feels. >> on to the flyers. they finished off their longest road trip of the season last night in new jersey. they won the first three games on this trip but they ended with five straight losses. they were without captain claude giroux. he tried to go but couldn't get the skate on over the cut on his leg. scott lawton out, too. jaromir jagr notching his first hat trick in nine seasons. he's going to be 43 next month, so he's the oldest player ever to get a hat trick. it's one for the ages. flyers lose 5-2.
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that's 13 road losses. only carolina has more in the nhl. >> we've got to get better. there's no excuses. we brought this on ourselves. >> big loss to have no giroux no lawton. really messed things up? >> obviously that sucks, but the way that we played tonight, we could have had wayne gretzky in our lineup, i don't know if we would have won. >> that says it all. villanova missed out on going 14-0. let's go to seton hall yesterday. just over two minutes left. a cheer day 19 points coming up with the rebound. darrun hilliard gets a good look, but he misses. overtime. giving seton hall the lead. that is foe have a's first loss of the season. la salle opening up at george mason, going for a fourth straight win. but patrick holiday, the three from the corner.
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still is the holiday season. also st. joe's and drexel lost as well. i'm john clark. have a good rest of your weekend.
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this is "nbc 10 news." >> at 9:56 here is a live look outside at cape may, new jersey. not a great beach day. not good in the city. not so great in the mountains, and down the shore, they're dealing with fog, some clouds and we've got the scattered showers that are still lingering. temperatures right now actually aren't that bad. they're in the mid 40s and they are going to warm up into the 60s. they were flying high at the
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kimmel center as the philadelphia orchestra accompanied the symphony, the only cirque act to accompany symphony symphonies. there will be another at 2:00. local brides got a deal on dresses while also helping out a good cause. nbc 10 was there where brides against breast cancer offered up hundreds of designer and brand name gowns at discounts of up to 85%. proceeds fund free programs for breast cancer patients and their families. last year this event raised over a million dollars. "nbc 10 news" continues in just a moment with another half-hour of news. matt delucia is in northeast philadelphia for us this morning where local police left to join their brothers this blue to say farewell to a fallen nypd officer. matt? >> reporter: yeah rosemary. dozens of officers from our area are in new york right now, from pennsylvania, new jersey delaware. i've been talking with some of
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them this morning. they explained why they're going to the funeral for wenjian liu. that's coming up. foggy outside. we're seeing fog everywhere. also some wet roadways but it is mild. temperatures in the 50s and 40s right now. one place to be right now would be the pocono mountains. we're looking at temperatures into the 50s there today. 60s in the city. we'll talk more about that and a big cooldown for your workweek. that's all straight ahead.
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"nbc 10 news" starts now. >> remembering a fallen officer. here is a live picture from new york where law enforcement from all over the country are honoring a comrade killed in last month's ambush in brooklyn. in a live report, how philadelphia police are paying their respects today. the family of shane montgomery says

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